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Terk VS4 4-input A/V Selector with S-Video (VS4)
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The TERK Video Selector connects up to four audio/video components and a set of powered speakers to a TV. Many TVs only have one or two inputs, and cannot accommodate multiple video sources without having to disconnect and reconnect wires. The Video Selector solves this problem and makes it easy to connect and switch between multiple source components such as VCRs, DVD players, camcorders and video game players. The Video Selector includes S-video switching on all inputs, allowing users to enjoy superior S-video picture quality from multiple S-video sources even if the TV has only one S-video input.
- 4 A/V inputs with gold-plated S-video, composite video, and stereo audio jacks
- 7-1/16"W x 2-1/16"H x 2-11/16"D
- 1 A/V output with gold-plated S-video, composite video, and stereo audio jacks
- stereo mini jack output for connecting a portable recorder or powered speakers
- Convenient and simple to install
- No conversion between composite and S-video signals
This unit allows you to feed up to 4 stereo audio and video sources to one unit (normally one television which has A/V inputs).
also allows you to connect a second device such as a portable recorder
or amplified loudspeakers to the front AUDIO only output (stereo
The two outputs are always live.
There are four switches on the top of the unit which allow you to select which of the four inputs you want to use.
this is a passive device (no AC or batteries) the input which you
select is indicated by a red mark (non-illuminated) which appears when
you select the input.
This unit is a perfect solution if you
have a receiver or amplifier with no video switching or without enough
video switching (or with no S-video capability).
Cables are not provided so you will need to purchase the appropriate cables.
the unit directly on top of a TV could cause electromagnetic
interference. If this occurs simply move the cables and/or the switch
S-video signals will only be output when a corresponding
S-video signal is connected to the input. For example, if you connect a
standard VHS VCR to input 1 using composite video, only composite video
(not S-video) will be output from Output #1.
Only output #1
should be used for dubbing or editing, since recording levels will drop
if you use both Output #1 and Output #2 simultaneously.
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